Fetal Immune System Rejects Mother’s Womb, Leading to Preterm Labor
May 14, 2018

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Fetal Immune System Rejects Mother’s Womb, Leading to Preterm Labor

Whenever a woman becomes pregnant, her main concern will always be the safety of her child.

Creation of a Chemotherapy-Gene Interaction Map for Personalized Medicine
Apr 22, 2018

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Creation of a Chemotherapy-Gene Interaction Map for Personalized Medicine

Chemotherapy is by far, the most common form of Cancer treatment given around the globe.

Macrophages Inadvertently Maintain Tattoos by Continuously Consuming Ink
Mar 27, 2018

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Macrophages Inadvertently Maintain Tattoos by Continuously Consuming Ink

Conventional dendritic cells (cDCs) are immune cells, which upon stimulation from an outside invader, rush to nearby lymph node to initiate adaptive immune responses.

PD-1 Receptor Inhibitors Exacerbate T-Cell Related Tumor Growth
Mar 13, 2018

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PD-1 Receptor Inhibitors Exacerbate T-Cell Related Tumor Growth

PD-1, or programmed cell death receptor 1, is a receptor protein present on the surface of T-cells.

The Restructuring of Brain Function to Cope With Amputation and Subsequent Re-Transplantation
Feb 12, 2018

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The Restructuring of Brain Function to Cope With Amputation and Subsequent Re-Transplantation

Having a limb amputated can be an absolutely devastating experience, luckily, clinicians today have been able to alleviate some of the effects of amputation through prosthetics, rehabilitative therapy, and allogenic transplantation.

First Successful Offspring Created Through the Cloning of  A Non-Human Primate
Feb 09, 2018

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First Successful Offspring Created Through the Cloning of A Non-Human Primate

By 2017, researchers were able to successfully clone and produce offspring from 23 different types of mammalian species.

Highly Conserved Dark Matter Genes May Play a Role in Brain Development
Feb 07, 2018

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Highly Conserved Dark Matter Genes May Play a Role in Brain Development

There are 481 genetic sequences within the human genome that share perfect homology with both mice and rats.

Walruses, Bats, and Humans Cuddle Their Young to Help The Brain Develop
Jan 31, 2018

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Walruses, Bats, and Humans Cuddle Their Young to Help The Brain Develop

Humans and other primate-like animals all share numerous behavioral characteristics, including the means in which they mother their offspring.

Hematopoietic Stem Cells Engineered To Express CAR-T Target and Kill HIV
Jan 25, 2018

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Hematopoietic Stem Cells Engineered To Express CAR-T Target and Kill HIV

HIV is one of the most well know viruses of the 21st centaury, however, patients suffering from the disease still have no cure and must adhere to strict regimens of anti-viral therapies in order to simply stay alive.

Using Magnetism to Direct Drug Carrying Sperm to Cancerous Tumors
Jan 21, 2018

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Using Magnetism to Direct Drug Carrying Sperm to Cancerous Tumors

Current means of drug delivery can be highly effective, but also come with a multitude of downfalls.

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